Thursday, March 02, 2017 / by Maic Friedrich
The Buckeye Union School District wishes to inform the community that the District's Charter Montessori School, currently located at Blue Oak Elementary, will be moving to the Valley View Elementary School site, located in the Blackstone Development, as of the 2017-2018 school year.
After receiving fewer than 110 registrations, for a traditional elementary program at the Valley View Elementary site, the District determined that it could not feasibly open the site as a traditional elementary school in 2017-2018.
Rather than leave the site empty for a 5th year, the Board voted 5-0 to move the District's Charter Montessori program to Valley View.
The new Charter Montessori at Valley View School will open in August 2017. So far, the District has received over 300 enrollments and anticipates the school will open with 350 to 400 students.
The Charter Montessori program will expand to include grade 6 in 2017-2018 and 7th and 8th grades will be added in ...
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 / by Renee Friedrich
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Wednesday, February 01, 2017 / by Renee Friedrich
Your Friedrich Real Estate Group Market Update
January 2017 Market Update Sacramento
* data provided by MetroList specific to single family homes in Sacramento County
Sacramento County Housing Market Update: January
Monthly Homes Listed, Pending, and Sold
This January, Sacramento county saw a slow rise in homes actively listed for sale, typical of sellers returning to the m ...
Thursday, January 19, 2017 / by Justin Padilla
Recently released data from the National Center for Health Statistics revealed that 1.3 million Millennial women gave birth for the first time in 2015. There are now over 16 million women in this generation who have become mothers.
“All told, Millennial women (those born between 1981 to 1997) accounted for about eight in ten (82%) of U.S. births in 2015.”
The data also shows that this generation has waited until later in life to become parents as only 42% of Millennial women were moms in 2014, compared to 49% of Generation X at the same age. A Pew Research Center article discussing the data, points to social influences that may have contributed to the delay:
“The rising age at first birth is hardly limited to the Millennial generation. It has been a trend since at least 1970. Many factors may contribute, including a shift away from marriage, increasing educational attainment and the movement of women into the labor for ...
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 / by Maic Friedrich
The National Association of Realtors’ most recent Existing Home Sales Report revealed that, compared to last year, home sales are up dramatically in five of the six price ranges they measure.
Homes priced between $100-250K showed a 20.7% increase year-over-year. This is an impressive increase, showing that November was an excellent month for home sales in this price range.
But surprisingly, the 20.7% increase in sales in this range was not the highest percent change achieved, as sales of homes over $250,000 increased by double-digit percentages with sales in the $750,000- $1 million range showing the largest increase, up 43.2%!
As prices in many markets continue to accelerate, it is no surprise to see the percentage of homes in the higher price ranges increasing.
Here is the breakdown:
Homes under $100,000 were the only group to show negative appreciation of sales at -2.4%. This not only points to the lower inventory of homes available for s ...